2015 Honda CB750 concept ... looks sharpMOST CONCEPTS are just a dream, with no grip on reality. But this Honda CB750 concept by designer Igor Chak is firmly rooted in reality.Looking forward to 2015, Igor predicts this is the kind of bike we
Superbike, supersport, superpole, superstock, superteen, super blackbird, super dream, supercross........It's probably fair to say that the word 'super' is somewhat overused in motorcycling circles. But it wasn't always so.It's easy to think that superbikes have been around forev...
developing a 3-cylinder monster, he assembled a 20-strong mob, ordered an extra cylinder and told them to get cracking on the CB750. Guidelines included a high cruising speed, low vibration, exceptional comfort, stability, good braking and, of course
WE SPOTTED this one earlier on French website Motorevue: a Swede, Sivert Raask, has concocted a this motorcycle from Triumph's 1600cc Thunderbird cruiser, with the use of a handmade seat, a Ducati tank and a bit of cunning.Quite tasty for a home-brewed effort, don't you think...
simpler past? It's for this reason that retro is and always will be popular, but can the new 'retro' CB1100 shape up to the original superbike that inspired it?The Beatles were at No.1 in the charts when Honda released the CB750 back in '69. It led the way
Of all the bombshell bikes launched in the last fifty years, Kawasaki’s 1972 Z900 (becoming the Z1 in 1974) is a milestone machine.Kawasaki decided to trump Honda’s CB750 by launching something else altogether. With double overhead cams to the Honda
, making it the best-selling vehicle of all time. a dual-purpose 250 Scrambler, an original 4-cylinder CB750, also take pride of place; the latter helped establish Japan’s credibility as a maker of modern superbikes.Mendel is keen to point out the fact
than just being a mere motorcycle, an object, the second bikes were typically catalysts to activities or relationships that would help define their owners.Not all second bikes start life as second bikes, of course. Mike Jones's 1975 CB750 was once his
of chrome and traditional looks make it the epitome of motorcycles.It reminds me of some of the 70s classics like the CB750 and Z900, when big was best and I had no chance of pulling any lasses on my Honda C90. The Bandit has been around so long it's become
.END OF AN ERAAs several new superbikes arrived, two old warriors died. Honda, who’d started the superbike revolution in 1969 with the original CB750, ended that bike’s line of SOHC fours with the CB750F2, which livened up the previous year’s stylish but slow 750F
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